Which Editor Has the Best Taste in Juice?
The juicing world is taking the Twin Cities by storm, so our editors put a few to the test.
Stephanie March — The Foodie
Allison Kaplan — The Vegetarian
Emily Howald Sefton — The Avid Juicer
Elizabeth Doyle — The Newbie
One of the first cleanses to go mainstream, BluePrint is nationally known for its flavorful concoctions.
$6.99, available at Whole Foods
Cold-pressed, organic, and available at your local grocer? Sounds like the perfect place to start.
$8.49, available at Lunds and Byerly’s
The TC’s first local dedicated juice bar makes drinks fresh each morning, so get there early.
$8.35, 1428 W. 32nd St., Mpls., 612-825-1684
The Juice Works
Minnesota’s first local delivery juice system uses hand-picked vegetables for a clean and simple taste.
$65 for six juices, by delivery only
The Foodie’s Pick
Juice Works has a lot of complex flavors, and they’re intense. I found it more savory. Plus, the taste of dirty vegetables is not abhorrent to me, and as a foodie, I actually appreciate it.
The Veggie’s Pick
Bottom line: Truce is the easiest to drink. With some of the other kinds I feel like you have to force it, and the Truce juices went down much smoother.
The Juicer’s Pick
Call me loyal, but I’m sticking with BluePrint. The ease of availability (delivery or Whole Foods) makes it easier to quench my juice craving whenever I want.
The Newbie’s Pick
The taste of some of the others was too celery-heavy, but the BluePrint flavor profiles were simpler and more refreshing. I was surprised by how recharged I felt afterward.